Hamilius Building

The Hamilius building, constructed in 2008, is now home to all Primary classrooms and Hamilius Hall, where special events are held. The building is named after Jean Hamilius, a former Luxembourgian politician, government minister, Olympic runner, and former member of St George’s Patronage Group.

An addition to the building was constructed and opened in 2010. Its features included the current gym, music room, additional classrooms, and beautifully landscaped playground areas.


Learning

The Hamilius building is home to approximately 36 well-equipped classrooms. All of these include interactive whiteboards and a wide variety of innovative, age-appropriate learning materials. In addition, Primary teachers can utilise sound recording equipment, handheld digital microscopes, laptops and iPads.

Discovering

Two colourful, lively libraries let children explore the world of books. Students have time to browse, read, borrow books, listen to stories, and participate in lessons. A number of well-known children's authors visit the school throughout the year to inspire and deepen the children's enthusiasm for reading and writing.

Moving

Learning at St George's is not limited to the classroom - outdoor areas offer students the opportunity to exercise, play, socialise, and continue their learning in an outdoor setting. Students in Early Years and Reception benefit from Outdoor Learning in their curriculum, whilst older students can choose from several different playground structures and equipment.

Creating

The Primary Art Room is used for both art classes and for Design Technology (DT) Days. Students collaborate on challenging projects using a variety of innovative mediums and tools. Some of the work is showcased at the Art Exhibition and throughout the school.


Performing

Perhaps the busiest location in the Hamilius building, Hamilius Hall serves as a space for student performances, the Primary Art Exhibition, St George's Day festivities, and Foundation stage Physical Education classes. It is also used for a variety of after-school activities and is often utilised by outside groups.


Cooking

A practice kitchen gives even the youngest St George's students the opportunity to learn how to prepare healthy food and use kitchen tools. Students are very proud of their success with ambitious recipes and delicious results!

 

Growing

The multi-purpose gym can be adapted for many different types of physical activities including tumbling, climbing, and team games.

                 

   

 

St George’s International School, Luxembourg ASBL | 11, rue des Peupliers | L-2328 Luxembourg | Phone: +352 42 32 24
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